The ignition module will send a signal when the key is turned. If the module is no good the signal is not sent to the other ignition parts,thus not allowing the car to start
yes once the ignition control module heats up it would cause the vehicle to stall. usually after it cools down the vehicle will restart again.
Yes. If the ignition is malfunctioning, the spark plug will not ignite. A bad ignition module, a bad spark plug or a bad plug wire are the most common causes of that (besides a bad battery, of course).
A bad ignition module will cause a no start situation in a vehicle because the needed spark is not created. It is responsible for telling the distributor when to fire.
bad pick up or bad ignition module
no..if its bad your car wont start
typically this means the ignition module is bad
A faulty ignition coil or module can cause misfiring.
If a defective ignition module, (or bad plugs/ wires) causes a misfire condition, one or more plugs won't fire. The uneven power pulses cause engine shaking.
sounds like the ignition control module
did you changed your thermostat? You MUST keep around 195 degree thermostat in the vehicle at ALL TIMES due to the computer system. The ignition module usually gets hot due to corroded electrical connections at the ignition module and or the module is HEAT SENSITIVE and needs to be replaced. (plug wires) Ignition misfire can produce a variety of driveability symptoms including hard starting, rough idle, hesitation....
look at the ignition module. a known trouble spot.
Replace ignition module (under the distributor cap)
The ignition module that is in the distributor is probley bad.
Could be a coil or ICM, Ignition Control Module.
bad ignition coil, bad plugs. bad plug wires, bad ignition control module........
What happens depends greatly on which module fails. If the engine control module (computer) fails it may cause the engine to run poorly or not at all. If the ignition module fails the engine won't start.
A BAD CRANK SENSOR WILL CAUSE NO SPARK AND NO PULSE SIGNAL TO FUEL INJECTORS a bad ignition module will cause no spark its located under the ignition coil trio pack
dead battery, or a bad ignition control module inside the distribureator.
it can, but i would check the ignition control module first....then the crank sensor.....
Ignition Control Module are common to cause this. Loss of spark with heat from the engine, when it cools off, starts up.
It could either be a bad ignition coil, a bad ignition rotor, a bad ignition cap, a bad ignition control module (if equipped), or a bad coil to cap wire.